Healthy Living HerbsBringing Nature's Goodness Home

The name in herbs to be trusted for the best results.

Follow our easy growing plans and tips, and you and your family will surely enjoy the benefits of freshly and naturally grown herbs in your daily life.
Information cards that highlight the most popular use of the herb will help you to make the correct choice.

Seasonal Herbs available at your local Garden Center - click here for a list of stockist.

Herbal Workshop

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Experience a relaxing day out on The Herb Farm where you can indulge all of your senses in a herb experience
Learn how to:
- Use herbs and essential oils to make remedies that can help in reducing stress, tension and all the "clutter" we have build up over the year.
Please Note: These gardens can only be visited on special occasions like a workshop – Herb Essential Oil.
Date and Time:
Saturday – 28 November 2015.
08h30 for 09h00 -  12h00
Price p.p:
ONLY R199 (includes refreshments)


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Herbal Home Spa

-- Herbal baths combine the therapeutic effects of water and the particular actions of herbs.
-- The best herbs to use:

Lemon Balm (calming and stress relief), Rosemary (stress relief), Lemon Grass (cleansing), Chamomile (moisturizing) Lavender (tension relief), mint (uplifting) Rose scented geranium (anti-depressant) 

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Cooling Mint

-- Mint can be added to salads, vegetables and fruity desserts, sorbets and jellies.

-- It is delicious in cool and hot drinks, as well as in salad dressings, dips and vinegars.

-- Garden mint is the most popular, but varieties like apple, pineapple and ginger all have a distinctive flavour and fragrance.

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Sweet On Basil

-- Basil is most associated with Italian and Thai cooking and goes particularly well with tomatoes.

-- It is also the main ingredient of pesto.

A good way to preserve extra basil is to blend the basil, olive oil and pine/almond nuts and freeze it, omitting the parmesan cheese which is added later.

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Thank You.

A big thanks to everybody who visited the Herbal Happening 2015.

We hope you enjoyed the event as much as we did. It was such a lovely experience to mingle and share with fellow enthusiasts.

We are looking forward to see you all again at the next Herbal Happening that we are planning for April 2016.

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